With the Christie administration weighing costs, is the state about to scale back on renewable energy goals?
Stefanie Brand, director of the Division Rate Counsel, suggests utilities extending purchasing agreements 10 years or beyond would mean more reasonable electric bills for customers.
Societal benefits charge and other fees raise big money, which has everyone from consumers to businesses to environmental advocates seeking answers on how it's used.
Capacity isn’t keeping pace with demand for renewable energy credits, imperiling efforts to promote solar projects
Jim Benton is a veteran of at least half-a-dozen offshore drilling hearings. The executive director of the New Jersey Petroleum Council—and former mayor of Pennington—has ...
Administration still on track to tap $400 million in clean energy funding that would have gone to jobs and consumer rebates.
Governor's bipartisan committee recommends streamlining the rule-making process and giving local governments greater authority over unfunded mandates.
Critics bemoan precedent and predict setbacks in green economy, saying BPU's scaled-back budget could endanger New Jersey's efforts to promote solar power and wind energy.
Despite language in Gov. Chris Christie's initial budget-in-brief document, the New Jersey Office of Climate Change and Energy will not be abolished, state DEP Commissioner ...
If New Jersey is going to privatize state operations, it should install monitors to oversee what contracts it outsources to prevent waste of taxpayers’ dollars, ...